Jennifer Mulliken is an infectious disease specialist who attends at San Francisco VA Medical Center, where she sees patients on the infectious disease consult service and in the outpatient HIV/infectious disease clinic. She completed her medical education and internal medicine residency at NYU, where she also served as senior chief resident, before completing fellowship training in infectious diseases at UCSF. In addition to her clinical activities, Jennifer serves as Medical Director of Antibiotic Stewardship and Medical Director of the Home IV Therapy Program at San Francisco VA Medical Center.
Jennifer is interested in medical education across all levels of learners. She is the Associate Program Director for Curriculum & Recruitment and the VA Site Director for the UCSF ID Fellowship Program. She leads a small group seminar for medical students in the Pathogens and Host Defense course, and she gives lectures to students, residents, and fellows in the medicine residency and ID fellowship core lecture series. In addition, Jennifer serves as a RAD advisor for UCSF internal medicine residents.